Presidential candidate Andrew Yang boldly accused NBC News that his microphone was "not on" when he wanted to speak during the Democratic main debate on Thursday night.
Following the debate with a group of supporters, Yang spoke of short-term disappointment, but remained optimistic as the field becomes narrower in upcoming debates. He also called it "jarring" when watching other contestants have a lively exchange and said it was like watching a table tennis ball between two people.
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According to The New York Times, Yang received the least speaking time of all 20 participants in both debates, two minutes and 58 seconds, while former Vice President Joe Biden led the field with a speaking time of 13 minutes and 19 seconds followed by Senator Kamala Harris, D-Calif, with 12 minutes and 16 seconds.
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] Yang is not the first candidate to suggest dating The sister of Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-HI, went to Twitter and accused the liberal news network, Senator Elizabeth Warren, of having favored D-Mass in the first 30 minutes of the Wednesday evening debate [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prindavan_Gabbard] "It's clear who wants to become MSNBC President: Elizabeth Warren," wrote Vrindavan Gabbard on the congressional Twitter account. "They give her more time than any other candidate s. They do not give Tulsi any time at all. "
Yang & # 39; s campaign and NBC News did not immediately respond to Fox News for comment.